I did as suggested and searched what a raven means to the cherokees as recommended by another user, and discovered they meant death. This concerns me. If you haven't read my first post, please read it before this. The man I described in that post appeared in another one of my dreams. I have a feeling his name is "Ne" which means knowledge in an ancient language (I searched it but forgot the language, I'll get back on that.) The dream he was in was very strange. It started out where I was in the town I live in but it was very snowy, then switched to my house. It was a little chilly out, and the dream was in first person. I was with two other people (I don't remember what they looked like) and we were trying to calm down an insane man with a lawnmower. I had a rusted metal pipe I was attacking him with, and one of the other people I was with had a bow. At one point I was face to face with him, but then I blacked out in the dream and felt a real, sharp pain in my back, like something had sliced it open. When I awoke in the dream, I was lying in a coffin at my own funeral. Ne was there standing beside the coffin that I was lying in (it was still in first person) and took notice that I was alive. He then reached out his hand for me and I took it, then I woke up. Could this mean anything? In. The snow part of he dream, I was wearing clothes suited for snowy weather. In the lawnmower portion, I was wearing my casual school clothes (black jacket and jeans with a plaid shirt underneath with my hair in a ponytail) and at the funeral portion I was wearing a victorian era dress. In fact, at the funeral everyone was in Victorian-style clothing. There was no one specific at he funeral except for Ne, because as far as I could tell here were just random people there in the pews of a catholic cathedral. Any help and interpretations will be greatly appriciated, seeing as the fact that the raven symbolizes death. Could he be a dream guide, or possibly a reaper?
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